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The Power Wool Pieces You’ll Never Take Off

clairewsmiley 3 years ago

Wear the best of both threads

Wool gets a lot of well-deserved hype. A natural fiber, it’s anti stink and stays warm and breathable even when wet. You could call it nature’s performance thread.

But wool isn’t perfect. It can wear out fast and dry slowly. Yet when expertly knitted with a polyester thread, the resulting fabric is greater than the sum of its parts. Polartec Power Wool puts soft Merino wool against the skin with a durable polyester face to fend off abrasive surfaces. Wool creates a next-to-skin microclimate, better managing your personal comfort and pulling moisture away from the skin. The knitted capillary structure of Power Wool transfers that moisture to the polyester thread, decreasing dry times.

Polartec Power Wool is perfect for long days, variable conditions, and when you just can’t get to a washing machine. That why we recommend you add some to your collection of reliable wardrobe staples this fall. To help, we’ve pulled together the standouts.

Our favorite Power Wool pieces for Fall ‘17!

Mammut Power Wool Collection
Based in Switzerland, Mammut offers the largest range of Power Wool pieces for men and women. Seek out their quality construction informed by decades of creating reliable mountain gear.

Mammut Klamath Collection at REI
REI exclusively has Mammut’s Klamath Collection of base layers for men and women made with Polartec Power Wool. These basics have proven to be heavy lifters all winter long.

With a great drape, the Rhone Captain Tee is perfect for cooler runs and long sessions at the gym. Want to wear it to the office for casual Friday? We won’t stop you.

Beyond Clothing
Beyond’s A1 Power Wool pieces are the tactical option. Berry Amendment compliant, this made-in-America collection will keep you comfortable and dry during activity.

Under Armour
Under Armour got its start as a company with a better base layer. Years later, UA is still designing next-to-skin pieces that deliver comfort, now with Power Wool. For a fit that keeps the fabric close without squeezing, this top is ready for all cold-weather activities.

The North Face
Snaps and an alpine fit specifically for climbing makes the Progressive Long Sleeve First Layer an easy choice when building your winter kit.

Mountain Hardwear
Not a fan of snaps? Then the Mountain Hardwear Kinetic tops and bottoms for men and women are for you.

Triple Aught Design
For those looking for tactical staples, Triple Aught Design has a tee, long sleeve, and boxer short ready for action.

Polartec Sales Rep Tyler wears Triple Aught Design during the Tahoe 200


How do we expertly knit two different threads into one superior fabric? Watch the video!


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